Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir

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Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir
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Developer(s) Big Fish Games, Griptonite Games
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Series Mystery Case Files
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release date(s)
  • NA September 8, 2008
  • EU February 6, 2009
  • AUS October 16, 2008
Genre(s) Adventure/puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir is a puzzle adventure video game developed by Big Fish Games and Griptonite Games and published by Nintendo,[1] for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. It was first released in North America, was later released in Australia, and then Europe. It is the second Mystery Case Files game to be made for a portable device. Although the game is part of the Mystery Case Files brand, it is not a part of the main computer game series.

Gameplay[edit]

Apart from its single-player mode, the game has cooperative and multiplayer options when players have multiple copies of the game.[2]

Plot[edit]

Phil T. Rich, millionaire has been stolen by uncriminalled suspect and it's your job to figure out who is the culprit. In this ten chapter investigation find out who has kidnapped Phil or potentially killed him. Use you skills with the Crime Computer and other gadgets as underwater goggles and x-ray vision. And on your way complete puzzling challenges and mini-games. As you investigate through 12 suspect you'll get closer to solving the mystery of Phil T. Rich.

Reception[edit]

The game received "mixed" reviews, according to video game review aggregator Metacritic.[3]

IGN‍‍ '​‍s Daemon Hatfield wrote that the game lacked personality but was fun as a limited activity. He felt that its "seek-and-find" gameplay would have tired quickly after much longer. Hatfield said that the game took full advantage of the Nintendo DS's unique features. He also praised the game's details, particularly the sound design, which he felt made the game world more enveloping. Hatfield gave the game a rating of 7.7/10.[2]

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